Category Archives: California

California college cuts student newspaper, journalism classes

The Los Angeles Times has the story. The cutbacks are not just in journalism. Biology, design, digital art/digital media, and environmental studies will also see courses and labs eliminated in the fall semester. … Metzker said he was actively working … Continue reading

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The state of California v Donald J. Trump

The enmity that Donald Trump feels toward California is well known. The enmity that a majority of Californians feels toward Donald Trump is well known. He lost that state — badly — in the 2016 presidential election, and the man … Continue reading

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Meet the man who wants to move California’s conservatives to Texas

The Los Angeles Times has the story. He moved there late last year, bailing on his native California after a second failed run for Congress. In May, he started a company called Conservative Move, which aims to help other Republicans … Continue reading

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Meet (and watch) Gideon Yapp, a high school student who went on a tirade on an Asian teacher

NOTE: I inadvertently referred to Yapp as a “teacher” in the original post. I’ve edited it to correctly reflect he’s a student.  When KCBS posted its story, Yapp wasn’t identified by name. Shortly thereafter, he was. The Daily Mail explores … Continue reading

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He was captive. He fathered 30. Now he’s free.

The Associated Press has the details. “He kind of flew right past us. It was really incredible,” Brandt said by telephone Thursday.

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A debate in California: Can vaccinations be mandatory in order to receive public education

The San Jose Mercury News takes a look at what’s at stake. Does one student’s right to an education trump another student’s right to stay healthy? That question looms over Senate Bill 277, a controversial proposal that would tighten the … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Former Nebraska standout, NFL bust Phillips suspected in death of prison cellmate

CBS Sports has the details. Lawrence Phillips, the sixth-overall pick in the 1996 draft who has been behind bars since 2008, is suspected of killing his cellmate at Kern Valley State Prison, according to a prison news release (via the … Continue reading

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